The Permanent Representative of Syria to the United Nations Office and International Organizations in Geneva, Ambassador Hossam Eddin Ala, yesterday, Syria’s determination to end the hotbeds of terrorism in all Syrian territory, and that the goal of the military operation in Idlib is to expel terrorist organizations, calling on countries that target Syrians to stop their support for terrorism and end Foreign presence in Syria and support for reconstruction efforts.
During a session of the UN Human Rights Council, Ala said, according to the SANA news agency: “Addressing the situation in Syria from outside its context and ignoring the causes of the human suffering of Syrians, especially terrorism, coercive measures, aggression and foreign occupation, does not present a realistic picture of the situation there.” He pointed out that «in light of the politicized and non-consensual decisions adopted by the Council, the reports of the ICRC continue to distort the facts and in the practice of duplication and selectivity».
He added that the Commission’s recent report was full of falsehoods and contradictions and accusations are not based on neutral sources, especially in dealing with US raids, which he admits led to the complete destruction of towns and villages in the eastern areas of Syria, but evades its characterization as full-scale war crimes and attempts to seek excuses.
What is more, he argues, is that it promotes American, Turkish and Israeli proposals to justify its attacks on Syrian territory and plans for action with illegal separatist militias, a behavior that does not obey UN resolutions that emphasize strict respect for Syria’s sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity.
He explained that the aim of the Syrian Arab Army operation in Idlib is to expel terrorist organizations, pointing out that the Syrian state has taken all necessary precautions to protect its citizens.
Ala pointed out that talking about stopping the operation in the area of ​​de-escalation in Idlib, which is controlled by terrorist groups linked to Al-Qaeda, is only intended to discourage Syria from exercising its duties to fight terrorism and try to protect terrorists.
He stressed that as the Turkish regime continues to evade the implementation of its obligations under the Sochi Agreement, the Syrian Arab Army is carrying out its national duty to combat terrorists in this region and is determined to end the hotbeds of terrorism throughout the Syrian territory and return them to state authority.
He pointed out that, contrary to the incorrect and misleading reports, the Syrian state is the most keen to protect the civil installations it built.
He said: “The Syrian state has enabled some 30,000 residents of Al-Rukban camp to return to their cities and villages. Work is underway to complete the exit of the rest of them. Syria denies the allegations of forced detention promoted by the committee.” Is responsible for the humanitarian crisis in the camp.
Ala pointed out that the committee’s report evades the characterization of the violations and war crimes committed by the coalition and the SDF separatist militia in Raqqa and Deir Ezzor.
He stressed that Syria affirms that the US administration and the Turkish regime joint patrols in the region is a flagrant violation of international law and the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Syrian Arab Republic and an act of aggression aimed at prolonging the crisis there.
Ala also stressed that supporting the efforts of the UN Special Envoy to Syria in facilitating the Syrian-Syrian dialogue under the leadership and ownership of Syria and without external interference, requires that countries targeting the Syrian people retreat from their unethical coercive measures, cease their support for terrorism, end the illegal foreign presence on Syrian territory and support efforts Reconstruction and facilitating the return of the displaced without preconditions.

Translated from Alwatan News Syria

Ambassador Ala: The army is determined to end the hotbeds of terrorism in Syria

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